Quest on Eden Hotel Auckland

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

52 Eden Crescent, Auckland, North Island, 1001, New Zealand
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Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
19%
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Poor
16%
11
Terrible
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14

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 30% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Renting an apartment in Auckland

by sammiejammie

Hi everyone,

My partner and I are moving to Auckland in March on working holiday visas. Can anyone give us advice on renting an apartment in the CBD - we'd be looking for a studio/1 bed, how much would this cost and how long would it take us to find one of these and move in?

Any advice appreciated!

Re: Renting an apartment in Auckland

by kzapanta

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Re: Renting an apartment in Auckland

by Kakapo2

My husband worked in AKL for two years and stayed there during the week. He got long-term rates with Quest Apartments. I also stayed with Quest in Wellington, and they offered long-term rates.

How long are you intending to stay? A whole year or less?

If it is for such a similarly long-term rental you could contact a real estate company that is specialised in rental properties, otherwise you would contact the managements of apartments you find on www.wotif.com

http://www.apartments.co.nz/
http://www.citysales.co.nz/
http://www.quinovic-apartmentsonline.co.nz/
http://www.realestate.co.nz/rental/rental-apartment/auckland

and more. (Just google auckland + apartment + rental)

There are always apartments into which you can move in immediately, especially in AKL.

Re: Renting an apartment in Auckland

by sammiejammie

Thanks for your response kakapo. We're planning to spend 6 months in Auckland, is it easy enough to get a fairly flexible rental contract (ie. you don't have to sign up for 12 months do you?) and our budget is about $300 a week, or preferably slightly under.

I had a look on the Quest website, but the only rates I could find where per night, could you give me an idea of what the long-term rates are like?

We're going to book a hotel for a week for when we arrive, will it be possible to find an apartment in this time, if not actually move into it? How long does the whole process take?

Sorry for so many questions, I'm trying to absorb as much information as possible!

Re: Renting an apartment in Auckland

by Kakapo2

I would just contact Quest and ask them. (Will also ask hubby when he comes home.) And I would contact some of the proper rental agencies. When an apartment is empty you can move in immediately, and a full year is not required. Well, if the landlord does not set this requirement...

They have built far too many apartments in AKL, so there should always be something available - apart from times of Rugby World Cup 2011 and such events.

I have just run an online search for long-term rental and it was no problem to find something in the CBD in your price range.

Re: Renting an apartment in Auckland

by dexternicholson

Well, you can take a look at this listings
http://auckland.gumtree.co.nz/f-Flat-House-Rent-W0QQCatIdZ3
they have apartments that ranges from 150 bucks to as expensive as 500

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Mt Eden

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Famous!

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My younger days being a local lifeguard at Piha has a lot of memories for me, but now Shirley & i enjoy just being here, wether it is just a walk along the beach, fishing, swimming, surfing or just having a good time hanging out, this is the place to come!! It is the hoast of many famous world surf competitions, including the 2010 Quiksilver ISA World Junior Surfing Championship. With it's ruggedness & beauty, would have to be one of the best west coast beach's in New Zealand. About a 45 minute drive from the CBD and worth it!. But do be carefull the rips are strong and unforgiving & the surf can get up to 20 foot plus!!!! i know!!!!!

Two double seven

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A strange name for a shopping complex but nevertheless Two Double Seven is always busy. The centre covers 12,700 sqms and is made up of a Foodtown supermarket, 79 speciality stores as well as a large area for office space. The Westfield Group own this complex. There is 2 hours free parking with receipt of purchase of $5 or more from any of the stores.

The shopping mall is open 9.00am – 5.30pm Mon –Thurs, 9.00am – 9.00pm Fri, 9.00am – 5.30pm Sat, 10.00am – 5.00pm Sunday.

Open air car parks

by keeweechic

Auckland City provides open air pay and display car parks at the following locations:

Chief Post Office car park - corners Commerce / Galway / Tyler Streets directly behind Chief Post Office. 7 days, 24 hours.

Railway station, Beach Road - opposite Tai Ping Supermarket. 7 days, 24 hours.

The Strand, Parnell - access via Ngaoho Pl, 7 days, 24 hours.

Civic North - behind the Bledisloe Building, 24 Wellesley St West.

Civic South - Greys Ave, opposite the Civic Building.

There are many other covered carparks scattered throughout the city.

The best Thai food I've had in Auckland... so far.

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Khun Pun is a new Thai restaurant in Albany on Auckland's North Shore. Albany is a terribly designed place and you need a car to get around it. Khun Pun is currently rather isolated and alone in the big empty HSBC Centre on Corinthian Drive.
The food here is VERY good, even if the service is a little indifferent at times. The Tom Kha soup as a starter is so authentic, you'd think it's just been flown in from Thailand. Delicious!!

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 Quest on Eden Hotel Auckland

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Address: 52 Eden Crescent, Auckland, North Island, 1001, New Zealand